The Local Chapter

Local Chapters are the basic foundation of IMA. Chapters provide the focus for members to achieve both personal and professional growth in an informal atmosphere. Professional education programs bring together professionals for opportunities to maintain and enhance their knowledge and competence in management accounting, financial management and other closely related fields. In addition, these meetings help develop close personal relationships between members which can lead to a network of first-class, no-fee consultants who are as near as the telephone.

The four chapters of the Metropolitan New York Regional Council are:

Coastal Fairfield County Chapter Serving Southwestern Connecticut

Long Island Chapter Serving Nassau and Suffolk Counties

New York City Chapter Serving the five boroughs of New York City

Westchester Gateway Chapter Serving Westchester and Upper Fairfield Counties

Board service as a chapter officer and director is a training program to learn management skills while serving the general membership. Officers and directors gain hands-on experience in general management. Supervision, public speaking, sales, and getting things done while leading or participating on a working team.

The inter-chapter competition stimulates chapters toward promoting the objectives of the IMA and to provide a broad spectrum of activities and services to members. The competition is credited with having fostered a remarkable esprit de corps and kinship between chapters and individual members. Recognition of individual chapters' achievements is made at the Institute's Annual Conference held each June.


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